c2 Alden Electronics c3 71st Annual Meeting of the American Meteorological Society employment announcements c4 Belfort Instrument Company 1482 CRC, Inc. 1477 Jet Propulsion Laboratory 1479 Jet Propulsion Laboratory The American Meteorological Society issues employment 1477 Northern Video Graphics announcements monthly, setting fort h opportunities fo r posi- 1474 Odessa Engineering tions in the atmospheric and oceanographic fields. The em- 1480 Rotronics Instrument Co. ployers describe the prerequisites and requirements for the 1476 Setra Systems 1485 Simerl Instruments openings. 1481 Southeasterrn Center for Electrical/Engineering Education Member s and nonmembers may subscribe to the an- 1487 Vaisala nouncements. The subscription price for a calendar year 1479 Wind and Weather (12 monthly issues) is $12 for AMS members and $25 for nonmember s (add $10 for mailing to a foreign address; monthly issues will be sent via air mail). After July 1, half- AMS Publications, Preprints, etc. 1491 AMS Historical Monographs year subscriptions (for July through December issues) are 1468 Atmospheric Processes over Complex Terrain available at one half of the above annual prices. 1591 Blue Hill Meteorological Observatory The purpose of th e Employment Announcements is to pro- 1478 Curricula in the Atmospheric, Oceanic and Related vide a means by which those seeking positions in the atmo- Sciences-1990 1486 Extratropical Cyclones spheric and related fields an d those requiring personnel to fill 1494 International Cloud Atlas II such openings may have a convenient means of communica- 1495 Meteorological Aspects of Emergency Response tion. Organizations that wish to avail themselves of this 1489 Monsoons service should contact Lisa Greene, American Meteoro- 1483 Probing the Atmospheric Boundary Layer 1492 Radar in Meteorology logical Society, 45 Beacon Street, Boston, MA 02108 (617- 1493 Snowstorms along the Northeastern Coast of the U.S. 227-2425), for details and charges. • 1591 Thor's Legions 1493 Weather Satellites The AMS proudly presents a new memorial volume: The Atmosphere--A Challenge The Science of Jule Gregory Charney Edited by Richard S. Lindzen, Edward N. Lorenz, and George W . Platzman This memorial volume captures the personality, scientific style, and creative power of one of the leading meteorologists of the 20th century. Charney has forged an indelible mark in the field by lifting the veil of one of the chief enigmas of the first half of this century-the instability of baroclinic currents, such as the atmosphere's midlatitude westerlies. He was also at the forefront of the rebirth of numerical weather prediction, a process that transformed weather forecasting throughout the world. The Atmosphere explores Jule Charney's life in the sciences in both historical and personal contexts. The volume contains an interview with Chamey, chapters outlining his manifold achievements, written by ten of his colleagues, and five of his germinal papers. 321 pages—llustrations and photographs-$60 List/$40 Members-ISBN 1-878220-09-8 Please send prepaid orders, plus $3 postage and handling, to American Meteorological Society, 45 Beacon St., Boston, MA 02108. 1592 Vol. 71, No. 9, September 1990
Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society – American Meteorological Society
Published: Oct 1, 1990
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